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1 Sports 227 Sports Objective Sports at Bishop s is an integrated program, drawing on the expertise of faculty in Psychology, Sociology, Politics, Business, and the Health Sciences, in addition to faculty specializing in Sports and Science. The Sports Program and its courses belong to the Division of Social Sciences at Bishop s. Sports is offered as both Major (with or without specialized concentrations) and Minor programs, providing an intensive study of sport and exercise in society. The programs are general Bachelor of Arts degrees, designed to encourage students to adopt an interdisciplinary perspective that gathers together the individual, local, national and international dimensions of sport and exercise. Consequently, they expose students to the social, biological, political, business and economic aspects of sports in society. The programs also provide opportunity for practical experiences. Program Outcomes These programs will help to prepare students for employment in sports organizations at the community and corporate level, as well as in volunteer programs to develop sports. The Major program will also prepare students for further studies in areas such as recreation, leisure, sports management or journalism. Sports Major (48 credits) The Major in Sports is a program of 48 credits (16 courses) divided into four blocks (see the table below, left column). Blocks A, B and C consist of core courses, while block D consists of any five courses (15 credits) chosen from the Sports Optional Courses List but not already included in Blocks A-C (see the table below, right column). Students are normally expected to complete all of Block C, Scientific Literacy courses, in the first year (30 credits) of the program. The Block A course, EXS 127, and two Block B courses, SPO 101 and SPO 201, are also normally completed during the first year. Quebec students who have received advanced credit at Bishop s for PSY 101 and/or PSY 102, via their CEGEP studies, must replace these with courses selected from the Sports Optional Courses list (different from those used to fill any of the four blocks, i.e. no double counting). Program Concentrations The Sports Major program can be specialized by the addition of any one of three concentrations: i) Athletic, ii) Business and Society, or iii) Health. In addition to the 48 credits required for the Major, extra credits in the concentration area are required to earn this designation on the transcript. See the second table below for a complete list of the required courses for each of the concentrations. The Sports Major, with any one concentration, is a 60-credit (20 courses) program. Students deciding to add a concentration must fill out a program change form with the Chair of the Sports Program at some point during their program. Note that students pursuing the Business and Society concentration are not eligible for the minor in Business Administration from the Williams School of Business. It is possible to add any combination of two of the concentrations. The length of the program will then increase to 81 credits (27 courses). For a double concentration, all of the courses in Blocks A, B, C and E of both concentrations must be completed. The courses which will count for Block D must be different than those used for any of the other blocks. If the desired double concentration is Health combined with Business and Society, then Block D will only be 6 credits. Block D will be 12 credits for the other two possible double concentrations. Students completing the Athletic concentration of the Sports Major may have completed the requirements for coaching certification (via Sports Québec and the NCCP) levels A, B, and C. (The Sports Program Committee has applied for this coaching certification for its program, and is presently anticipating approval in time for 2016 graduation). Electives Bachelor Degree programs at Bishop s require 120 credits. Quebec students with a DEC receive 30 advanced credits, allowing completion of the degree in three years. Therefore a Sports Major has 72 credits (42 for a Quebec student) of free elective courses. Students are encouraged to consider adding a minor from another discipline, or even a second major. Students with a concentration in Sports will still have 60 (30 for Quebec students) free elective credits, enough to pursue additional major or minor specialities. All Sports students must meet the Arts and Science requirement of the University by completing at least one (3 credit) course offered by the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The Sports Optional courses which satisfy this requirement are: BCH 101, BIO 131, BIO 233, EXS 317 and EXS/ BIO 433. A free elective may also be used for this purpose. Sport Minor The Minor in Sports is a program of 24 credits (8 courses) divided into three blocks: A, B and D (see the table below, middle column). The program can be added to any degree program in the University (other than Sports Major programs). If a student s selection of courses to complete Block D consists of SPO 211, EXS 231, EXS 327, EXS 328, and PSY 203*, then the Sports Minor may fulfill NCCP coaching certification (levels A, B, and C), through Sports Québec (the approval process for this certification is expected to be finalized in time for 2016 graduation). *PSY 203 requires PSY 101 or PSY 102 as pre-requisites.

2 228 Bishop s University 2015/2016 Sports Major (48 credits) and the Workplace Plus one of: Block D: Sports Optional courses (15 credits) Note: Students receiving advanced credit for PSY 101 and/or PSY 102 from CEGEP must replace these with Sports optional courses in all Sports programs. Sports Minor (24 credits) Block B: Sports in Society Block D: Sports Optional Courses (15 credits) Note: If Block D consists of SPO 211, EXS 231, EXS 327, EXS 328, and PSY 203*, then the Sports Minor may fulfill NCCP coaching certification (levels A, B, and C). *PSY 203 requires PSY 101 or PSY 102 as pre-requisites. Sports Optional Courses List EXS 301 Health and Science EXS 317 Biomechanics of Human Movement EXS 328 Injury Prevention and Treatment in Sports EXS 433 Advanced Science SPO 155 Sociology of Sport SPO 401 Experiential Learning SPO 402 Independent Study SPO 406 Special Topics in Sports SPO 411 Sports Center Practicum BCH 101 Introduction to Nutrition BIO 131* Human Body in Health and Disease BIO 233* Human Anatomy BMG 214 Intro. to Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation BMG 324 Management of Innovation BMK 362 Sport Marketing CLA 130 Sports and Games in the Ancient World ENG 296 Sports Writing ESG 264 Outdoor Recreation PBI 217 Motivation and Emotion PBI 275 Health Psychology I PBI 276 Health Psychology II PBI 327 Psychology of Nutrition POL 230 The Politics of Sport PSY 203 Cognition and Motivation in Sport PSY 204 The Social Psychology of Sport and PSY 277 Physical and Mental Health PSY 328 Occupational Health Psychology SOC 219 Sociology of the Body SOC 220 Work and Leisure SOC 307 Sociology of Health *may receive credit for only one of BIO 131 and BIO 233 these courses all require PSY 101 and/or PSY 102 as pre-requisites. Note: Some of these courses are only offered on an irregular basis

3 Athletic Concentration (60 credits) EXS 328 Injury Prevention and Treatment in Sports EXS 433 Advanced Science BIO 131 The Human Body in Health and Disease PSY 203 Cognition and Motivation in Sport and the Workplace SPO 403 Advanced seminar in Sports One of: Block D: Sports Optional Courses (12 credits) Note: a student may be able to earn NCCP coaching certification (levels A, B and C) with an Athletic Concentration. Business and Society Concentration (60 credits) and the Workplace Two of: SPO 155 The Sociology of Sports POL 230* The Politics of Sport PSY 204 The Social Psychology of Sport and ELA 116 Effective writing **One of: SOC 111* Data Collection/Analysis ** Recommended choice: BMA 140. Block D: Sports Optional Courses (6 credits) Block E: Sports and Business BMG 112 Management Theory and Practice BMK 211 Marketing Management BMK 214 Consumer Behaviour BHR 221 Organizational Behaviour BMG 214 Intro. to Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation Note: A student in this concentration is not eligible for a Business Administration Minor. Health Concentration (60 credits) Sports 229 and the Workplace **One of: Business Decisios I ** Recommended choice: PSY 213. Block D: Sports Optional Courses (6 credits) Block E: Sports and Health Any 7 (21 credits) of: EXS 301 Health and Science BCH 101 Introduction to Nutrition BIO 131* Human Body in Health and Disease BIO 233* Human Anatomy PBI 275 Health Psychology I PBI 276 Health Psychology II PBI 327 Psychology of Nutrition PSY 277 Physical and Mental Health PSY 328 Occupational Health Psychology SOC 307 Sociology of Health * May receive credit for only one of BIO 131and BIO 233.

4 230 Bishop s University 2015/2016 EXS 127b Introductory This course explores concepts in, with applications in Sports Medicine. The student will be challenged to apply basic knowledge of human anatomy and physiology to exercise, training and sports. Adaptation of body systems to exercise, injury and reconditioning will be studied. Basic principles of biomechanics and exercise will be explored. The course will consist of lectures, presentations, discussion periods, and demonstrations. EXS 231b Nutrition for Sports and An introduction to the principles of sports nutrition. Application of these principles to various contexts: exercise, fitness, as well as competitive sports environments. Topics include energy requirements for exercise and performance, both for recreational and elite athletes; carbohydrate, protein, fat and micronutrient requirements; carbohydrate and fluid intake prior to, and during exercise; nutrition for post-exercise/performance/injury recovery; dietary supplements; weight loss and making weight in sport; contemporary issues. Prerequisites: EXS 127 Introduction to or BCH 101 Introduction to Nutrition or EXS 101or BIO 233 EXS 301 Health and Science This course examines the relation and links between exercise and health. Using epidemiological studies, students are exposed to the role of physical activity on morbidity and mortality. Primary and secondary health-risk factors are examined relative to the influence physical activity has on them and one s quality of life. Prerequisites: and a statistics course: SOC 111, PSY 213, BMA 140, PHY 101. EXS 317 Biomechanics of Human Movement This course provides an introduction to the biomechanics of human movement and kinesiology. In particular, the kinematics and kinetics of the musculoskeletal system are studies. The course teaches concepts and techniques of analysis, with practical examples taken from sports and exercise, gait analysis, physical rehabilitation, ergonomics and more. Prerequisites: PHY 191 or PHY 193; EXS127 Introductory, or BIO 233 Human Anatomy the Division of Social Sciences and the Division of Humanities EXS 327b Athletic Performance and This course explores the many factors influencing athletic performance and its development. Specifically, students will be exposed to the scientific principles of athletic training. Topics will include: power and endurance training, strength training, recovery strategies, field and laboratory tests, periodization of training. The course will consist of lectures, presentations and experiments. Prerequisites: ONE of EXS 127 or BIO 233 Human Anatomy EXS 328 Injury Prevention and Treatment in Sports This course explores topics in exercise physiology relating to sports injuries, their prevention and treatment. Causes of sports injury are also addressed. Building on previous knowledge of basic human anatomy and physiology students will examine how body parts and systems are affected during exercise, sport and injury. The curriculum will be covered in lectures, demonstrations, small group discussions and practical work. Prerequisites: OR BIO 233 Human Anatomy Note: Students may not earn credit for both EXS 128 and EXS 328. EXS 433 Advanced Science This course examines selected topics in. Through traditional lectures, directed readings, seminars, and case studies, students will study short-term and long-term adaptations to exercise. We will also examine the scientific principles underlying sports-related topics such as optimizing exercise performance, injuries, and injury repair. Prerequisite: EXS 327 or BIO 336 Note: See BIO 433. Students may not take this course for credit if they have received credit for BIO 433. SPO 101a Introduction to Sports and the Workplace This course provides a general introduction and overview of the field of sports studies. Through a series of case studies, readings, simulations, presentations, written reports and reflections, students will be exposed to the role of different sport specialists in our society and the ways in which they practice their profession. Specifically, this course will explore professions such as: fitness and personal trainer, varsity coach, sports injuries therapist/physiotherapist, sports nutritionist, sports facilities manager, municipal parks and recreation planner/manager, sports journalist, kinesiologist, professional athlete, and more. Effective goal setting and career planning will also be addressed. The laboratory component will consist of the students attending and completing the requirements for an ILT 104 class (though this designation will not occur separately on the transcript). This laboratory component will introduce students to the skills necessary to effectively complete their research assignments and efficiently use the library resources including the online catalogue, periodical indexes and other relevant databases. Note: This course is meant for students majoring in Sports and is normally completed within the first thirty credits. Students completing this course do not need to take ILT 104 as a co-requisite to any other course, and cannot earn credit for both this course and any ILT 10x course. Note: Students may not earn credit for both SPO 101 and EXS 101. Credit for EXS 101 may be used to replace SPO 101 in any Sports Major. SPO 155 Sociology of Sport A theoretical and empirical introduction to the social organization of sports and how they are mediated. Note: See SOC 155. Students may not take this course for credit if they have received credit for SOC 155. SPO 201b Sports, Culture & Society An interdisciplinary course focusing on the impact of sport on society. Topics include history and philosophy of sport, sport in the ancient world, its relationship to social identity, social hierarchy, media, film, popular culture, business and our economy. SPO 211a The Theory of Coaching The aim of this course is to explore the fundamentals of athletic coaching. Through a series of lectures, presentations and workshops, students will be exposed to the theoretical elements that contribute to successful athletic coaching. Topics will include: teaching and learning theories, planning a practice, designing a sport program, coaching and leading effectively Prerequisite: SPO 201. SPO 301a Athletes & Society An interdisciplinary course focusing on the social implications of professionalizing sport. Topics include the role of media in professionalizing sport, its effects on amateur athletics, technology and sports, the proliferation of drugs in sport, the business models of sports professionals. Prerequisite: SPO 201 SPO 401 Experiential Learning The aim of this course is to integrate knowledge with a practical component. Although the content focus changes from year to year, the aim of the course is to expose students to the application of what they have learned. The course will mix seminars with practical placements. Topics may include: Marathon running, coaching, assisting in a community sports program, developing exercise programs in hospitals, homes for the aging, convents, or some other care-giving institution. Prerequisite: SPO 301. Taken in the final 30 credits of the student s program.

5 Sports 231 SPO 402 Independent Study Students are expected to design and carry out research in an area related to Sports. This can be original research, the development of a case study, or a program evaluation. Prerequisite: SPO 301 Taken in the final 30 credits of the student s program. SPO 403ab Advanced Seminar in Sport This seminar is an advanced directed study in specialized areas of sport and recreation. Selected topics are presented and critically discussed in small group format. The content of this course will explore a variety of issues and may vary year to year. Prerequisite: SPO 301 and one of: SOC 111, PSY 213, BMA140 or PHY 101 Only open to students in their final year (last 30 credits). SPO 406 Special Topics in Sports A lecture/seminar course offered by regular and visiting faculty on topics related to sports. Topics covered will be dependent on the research interests and expertise of the faculty member instructing. Topics may include: the Olympics movement, doping and anti-doping, sports journalism, sports business, emerging sports, sport history, advanced sports nutrition, adventure sports and more. The course will be offered on an occasional basis. Prerequisites: ; SPO 301 Athletes and Society SPO 411 Sports Center Practicum This course provides an experiential learning opportunity at the John H. Price Center on campus, and is aimed at introducing students to the practice of fitness training and mentoring, and training in various sports and recreational/ fitness activities. Students spend up to 10 hrs/week (100+ hours for a semester), volunteering under the close supervision of a member of the staff of the Sports Center. An outcomes report of the practicum will be expected. Enrollment will be limited and only senior students in good standing (at least 70% cumulative average) will be eligible. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor

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